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Easter Treats!

Hello!  I had to finish these Easter treats for my youngest one's class a bit earlier since the boys have an extra day off this week.  It's a 4 day weekend for them.  I kept holding off on making these treats cause I thought I had a lot of time since Easter seems late this year but I forgot to take into account the holidays.

Anyway, I really like these sack-it dies from Taylored Expressions.  I discovered the Xmas ones too late but was just on time for the Easter ones. 

Here is the little Easter chick.  So cute, right?  I fit 2 fruit roll ups in each of these.

A bunch of them all together. 

Here's the bunny.  This one is pretty time consuming to make because of all the die cutting and layering.  It went faster after doubling up the thinner cardstock to make multiple cuts in one pass through my Big Shot.

All the bunnies together.  I made 21 Easter treats total.  I think these are so fun for the kids.

Thanks so much for reading!


Comments

Leanne said…
There you go showing off again!! hahaha!! Wow, the kids must love you! These are all adorable and fun! You must be the coolest mom in the class.
Have a great day!
PS - I need a 4 day weekend too.
Enjoy it!
^.^
Cheryl said…
Awww, so cute!!! Holy cow that's a lot of die cutting! I'm just hoping to make it to the store to get some peeps for my own kids...
These turned out gorgeous. love the images for both treat holders.... I was contemplating on getting this die, but then I said nay I've got use one I got first......LOL!
Denice said…
Leanne is right, you are showing off again! I always know when I come to your blog I'm going to see something new and these treat bags are no exception.....they are adorable!!!!
Happy Easter.
:Dxx
Lorraine said…
EEK - too cute! I LOVE these little treat bags! You always put so much work & love into your creations. I bet they were a hit! and I bet the kids' parents were like...whoa!
RiNNE said…
These are the cutest!!

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